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because in the end this is more about the two men running, though the context, as carl points out, is correct. the republicans in congress are unpopular but actually so are the democrats. here is my point. just as one video seemed to have been the game changer in this election, the 47%er, we still have three debates coming up, where if mitt romney was to do a turn around, he has a chance, starting tuesday -- starting october 3rd in denver, wednesday -- where he has, i think, some of the few chances left to try and figure out a way to turn this around. to explain if there is an explanation for what he really want wants to do that will be more inclusive than that video sent. he has a few chances left if trend is against him but i'm not ready to call it yet. >> i have to say, it does seem over the last 24, 48 hours they do some very specific thing. he's getting out there more. he's been doing a ton of interviews. after all, the criticism early on that he was never there to be interviewed. let me play a little clip from yesterday. >> throughout this campailmpaig well. don't forget, i
. >>> carl rove and friends are getting desperate in ohio. >> politicians like sherrod brown. >> we'll ask sherrod brown about his opponent's dark money controversy. >>> and on day two of the chicago teachers strike, the union isn't backing down to the bully. the teachers union president is here for an exclusive interview. >> good to have you with us. thanks for watching. the presidential candidates put their campaigns on hold to mark the somber anniversary of the terrorist attacks. president obama spoke this morning at a pentagon memorial ceremony where one of the hijacked planes crashed 11 years ago today. >> we know that somewhere a son is growing up with his father's eyes and a daughter has her mother's laugh, living reminders that those who died are with us still. >> the president made a detour to arlington national cemetery where casualties of the iraq and afghanistan wars are laid to rest. they were honoring the victims of flight 93 and their families. biden drew upon his experience with the loss of his wife and his infant daughter 30 years ago. >> my hope for you all is that as eve
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foreign policy advice to lots of people. the most amazing example making efficient use of air time is carl rove. he does not work for the romney campaign, but he's the founder of the massive, massive pro-romney anti-obama super pac. and he gets to go on fox news and analyze his own campaign ad. for fox. spoiler alert, he thought his own campaign ad was awesome and totally effective. >> your super pac, american cross roads, this is a super pac. put out a recent video. this aimed at voters that were sold a bill of goods. that's where you're going with than. >> i'm glad you got the message. >> everybody gets it. >> carl rove in his role as fox news political analyst and a financial player in the 2012 election. analyzing his own effect on the election. there are a few different ways to object to this phenomenon. you can object to a news organization is paying people to report on and analyze their own work. they are working for a campaign and also analyzing that campaign for an organization that at least still has the word news in its name and that can sometimes seem doyou don't have to be an i
ohio, i'll tell you that. all right. >> i want to bring in carl bernstein, contributor to "the daily beast" and lynn sweep, columnist and bureau chief for the chicago sun times. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> you look t those polls and you wonder, carl, if you're running mitt romney's campaign, what do you do now? y
welcomes actress susan sarandon, actor carl irvin and comedian jim hamilton. that is "late night with jimmy fallon" weeknights on your local nbc station. >>> it is time now for your first look at entertainment news. there was a no doubt about it upset this weekend at the box office. "resident evil retribution," the fifth film in the milla jovovich franchise debuted with just over $21 million to take the top spot. and the re-release of "finding ne nemo" was expected to dominate with as much as $30 million, but it sank to runner-up with just $17.5 million. the weekend's biggest box office news came from just a handful of theaters. "the master" which starred joaquin phoenix played on five screens. it collected over $725,000. a phenomenal average of just under $150,000 per screen, which is the best limited-release opening of the year. and no wonder. i mean, great actors. philip seymour hoffman. yeah. >>> finally, already facing a dui charge, two hit-and-run counts and with her license suspended, actress amanda bynes was pulled over by police yesterday driving in burbank. she was given a misdeme
. >> what about the outside money? is that a player? >> it is breathtaking. carl rove just dropped $1 million in the past few days for one week of television. and in indiana, that's like buying every commercial for the entire week. >> how does the automobile loan, does that play in your state? >> yeah, particularly for the fact that richard mourdock was the person to file suit for the liquidation of chrysler. he spent $3 million on new york law firm fees while at the same time that's indiana taxpayer money trying to destroy indiana auto jobs. and let me tell you from one end of the state to the other, workers across the state have said enough. we're proud to work in these jobs. and they know that it's not about republican or democrat. it's who stood with them at crunch time. auto jobs. and let me tell you from one end of the state to the other, workers across the state have
this hour of "jansing & co." on thursday join me when my guests will include carl bernstein and the former governor of florida, charlie crist. i'm christine jansing. thomas roberts is up next. >> hi, chris, good morning, everybody. president obama and mitt romney duking it out for every vote in the buckee state with a new poll showing the president opening up some much wider leads in critical battleground states. ow power panel is going to way in on that one. >>> the nfl blind-sided by the referee standoff that's outraged everyone with the integrity of a $10 billion industry at stake, is the any way out of this mess. >>> could michelle obama get away with ann romney's fire on the campaign trail? melissa perry is going to join me in sounding off after this. in one daily dose. citracal slow release. a thing that helps you wbuy other things.hing. but plenty of companies do that. so we make something else. we help make life a little easier, more convenient, more rewarding, more entertaining. year after year. it's the reason why we don't have customers. we have members. american express. welcom
was the meeting of american cross roads, 70 multimillionaires and billionaires in there with carl rove. that was the actual republican convention, because if they win this election, it will be because they just blew obama out in terms of money. so that's the main thing that they are worried about and that's why they send out all these requests and e-mails that are irritating, but they work for obama, because people understand that this president is going to get outspent, which is a highly unusual, even unprecedented thing in american history. the other thing they are worried about is voter suppression. in 2011 a lot of states passed laws to make it effectively harder for democrats to vote. some have been overturned, but there's still problems in pennsylvania and other states. so they need an even bigger get out the vote operation, more party unity, to overcome these barriers that have been put in the way of mostly democrats who don't have the right kind of photo i.d. not just you need a photo i.d. that's kind of a misconception. the way the republican legislature set it up, you have to
, this is going to keep coming up, no matter who you tell a bunch of billionaires you might like to murder, carl. that does it for us tonight. we'll see you monday night. "weekends with alex witt" start now. >>> a still strong isaac sweeps through the midwest at this hour. in some parts the storm is helping more than hurting. >>> the road to charlotte, president obama takes the first step towards the democratic national convention with a march through swing states. >>> new polls from the gop convention. did mitt romney get any bounce after his big speech thursday night? >>> labor day travel. there could be at least one record set when it comes to driving this weekend. we'll bring you those details. a very good morning, everyone. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." we're going to get to what's happening right now and that is isaac. the remnants of this storm slowly moving through the midwest bringing new trouble but drought relief to some parts. this is people on the gulf coast just beginning to assess the storm's impact. power crews are restoring electricity in louisiana, but more than half a
of north carol carl by a little more than 14,000 votes. a lot has happened to the president's base there since then. so much that re-creating the magic here in the tar heel state going to be more of an uphill slog this time around. we have this report on north carolina. >> reporter: at this barber shop in downtown charlotte, summer was different four years ago. >> crazy. >> reporter: dominick dukes remember the steady stream of eager campaign volunteers who stopped by the shop to register new voters. >> everyone was obama. >> reporter: nearby, at unc charlotte, a 21-year-old grad student recalls being captivated. >> unified people. >> thank you, north carolina! >> reporter: young people and black voters were the bedrocks of president obama's support in the tar heel state. he snagged 95% of the black vote and 74% of voters under 30. but this time, many of them are unenthusiastics and frustrating. >> not able to stand up for what we're pushing for. >> he hasn't communicated well to the country. >> scary, graduated from college, there's not many jobs. >> reporter: that may be the bigg
of her political life was when she saw carl bernstein on this show attacking unions as obstacles to change. there have been for a long time. there are good teachers unions that are trying to move forward into the 21st century, but this is such a bad move. >> it's extremely complicated, but this is clear it's a very bad move. >>> up next with hillary clinton's notable absence from the democratic convention, the question everyone is asking, will she or won't she be running in 2016? we're going to talk to andrea mitchell. and "new york times" columnist frank bruni. more on "morning joe" when we come back. are you okay, babe? i'm fine. ♪ ♪ ♪ with a subaru you can always find a way. announcer: love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. [ dog ] we found it together.upbeat ] on a walk, walk, walk. love to walk. yeah, we found that wonderful thing. and you smiled. and threw it. and i decided i would never, ever leave it anywhere. because that wonderful, bouncy, roll-around thing... had made you play. and that... had made you smile. [ announcer ] beneful. play. it's good for you. the
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